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11/11/19
3:51 PM
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The best part of the below clip is not Helena Bonham Carter just casually mentioning that a friend who is a psychic/healer connected her with the spirit of the late Princess Margaret, who Bonham Carter is playing in the third season of The Crown. The best part is HBC and Olivia Colman cracking each other up and being

11/11/19
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Will Forte’s been teasing a MacGruber follow-up since the original tanked at the box office in 2010. It’s since morphed, much like another Jorma Taccone-helmed comedy, into a beloved cult classic, greatly increasing our chances of seeing the former Green Beret, Navy SEAL and Army Ranger return to action. Taccone confir

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11/11/19
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It’s been almost 18 years since Wes Anderson’s The Royal Tenenbaums first came out, a film as meticulously crafted as any of the other live-action films in his body of work. It should come as no surprise, then, that people are still finding new things to explore in its visual world in particular. So here you go: over

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11/11/19
12:12 PM
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When it comes to making stupid jokes on the internet, nothing is as reliably entertaining as taking a throwaway gag and committing to it more seriously than any reasonable person would do if they couldn’t easily attract a global audience for their efforts. The latest instance of this is a YouTuber named Joe Jenkins

11/11/19
11:22 AM
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Imagine the CarMax marketing team sitting around trying to brainstorm an idea for a commercial that really drives home the point that their company will buy any automobile, no matter how terrible it is. Picture them hitting upon the idea of an old car whose speakers repeatedly play Limp Bizkit’s “Nookie,” its CD

11/11/19
10:47 AM
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Back in the year 2000, as the popularity of virtual pet devices like Tamagotchi and Digimon hit their respective peaks, a bizarre video game named Seaman dropped on the Sega Dreamcast. The game gave players the opportunity to raise their own virtual pet from an egg to a full-grown Frogman, and you could even speak

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